warp stabilize re-analyse
Quite often when a clip is moved, the warp stabilize needs to be re-analysed and shows a blue reminder. This would be fine, however, if you are working on a big project and miss it. Rather than re-analyising upon export - or in a worse case, using the old version, it instead renders out the blue banner saying "re-analyze" which creates even more wasted time having to re-export or worse if not spotted making your video look unprofessional.
What I suggest is that, if you have warp stabilise on a video clip and it is moved or changed to the point it needs to be re-analysed, it does it automatically there and then or at least does it on export to avoid this problem.
Only today I watched a 17 minute video on YouTube where this had happened and the video had already started getting views where it was too late to take down and change.
Lannie Costa commented
What you can do is analyze all clips before exporting using an extension called Batch Stabilization Analysis for Warp Stabilizer (https://exchange.adobe.com/creativecloud.details.107996.batch-stabilization-analysis-for-warp-stabilizer.html)
There is a related tutorial here: https://vakago-tools.com/reanalyze-all/
I often have this problem that after some time I check timeline that I already finished and some worp stabilizer effect need to reanalize without even moving them.
Besides there are more stuff to fix in warp:
There are 3 general problems with Warp stabilizer.
1. You have to nest clip if you want to apply use time-remap, time revers on it.
2. It is painfully slow.
3. Every time you use it project file size increase by 2mb. If you use it often, you will end up with over 100mb files that saves painfully slow.
Mercali plugin don't give you as good result as warp but it doesn't have any of the problem as I listed above.
I hope you fix it because right now I use warp only if I really have to.
r de vries commented
TOTALLY AGREE!!! Don't even understand where the logic is in NOT doing this. How come Adobe never though of this, it makes total sense, the blue reminder does not at all... No one wants warnings rendered in their final output...